When I tried to talk to him about it (over the phone) he said he was always busy with work, got upset and hung up.
Now he’s withdrawn again and I refuse to be treated the same way again so I haven’t called or texted. I don’t know if I’m handling things the wrong way or if he never really loved me in the first place. From what you’ve told me, it sounds like he was infatuated with you for a long time. but you just know that she feels no kind of attraction whatsoever.
When a guy is in a situation like that, he usually never stops liking you like that unless: 1) he finds another girl who he thinks is incredible (and focuses all his attention on her) 2) you fall from grace dramatically to the point where even he isn’t attracted anymore (and once he’s hooked, that takes a lot! A guy can recover pretty quickly from a gut-punch like that.
At the very least, it implies that she is not attracted to his approach, but she at least thinks he has the strength to handle rejection.
« Dans notre entourage, nous connaissons pas mal de personnes célibataires qui ont été déçues par les rencontres en ligne », résume Vanessa Le Guernevé.
La jeune femme, secrétaire médicale dans l'entreprise familiale de travaux agricoles depuis quatorze ans, a décidé de lancer son agence de rencontres, à Pontivy.
I think a big part of this problem is that people are not fully aware of what it really takes to commit to a marriage.